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This Md. cyber company is working to protect local nonprofits from ransomware

Cyber Crucible is offering a free version of its new product, Ransomware Rewind, to small nonprofits. “You don’t want to have to decide between ensuring the community members you are serving have their needs met, or making sure that bad actors can’t access and control your files,” said Founder Dennis Underwood.

Facet Wealth adds Grove's financial planning business

Maryland joins pilot for technology that aims to prevent drunk driving

Sysmex Inostics moves into bigger space near JHU medical campus

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VoiceVibes’ speech coaching platform is now available on Zoom’s app marketplace

Protenus raises $17M in Series C funding round

Gov. Hogan opens up nearly $10M for rural broadband expansion in Maryland

AKUA enters Silicon Valley logistics and supply chain accelerator

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NextStep Robotics receives $1M through NIH agreement

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A drone flight center is coming to the Eastern Shore’s Salisbury Regional Airport

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How coworking culture connects teams in unexpected ways

CLLCTIVLY is powering a day of giving for Black-led orgs in the Baltimore area

Maryland AG joins ‘Operation Cryptosweep’

This Maryland nonprofit created 3 mobile labs from old shipping containers

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5 questions with Kara Redman: How a creative agency thrives on its own terms

Events Roundup: Talk cloud adoption with AWS and Verizon Media

AT&T invested $250M in Baltimore network upgrades over 3 years

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Verizon is looking for the brightest ideas on how to use its 5G technology

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